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IFA LG has, as promised, demoed the world’s largest OLED TV at this year’s ongoing IFA event in Berlin.

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LG's 15in OLED is the world's largest, for now

Despite only measuring 15in, the screen jumps on the super-thin screen bandwagon kicked off by Sony last year when it launched the 11in XEL-1.

Sony’s OLED display is just 3mm thick and, although LG hasn’t yet formally announced how thick its OLED display is, Register Hardware’s brief gaze at the screen led us to believe that the two are of equal thickness.

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The official thickness hasn't been released

A built-in stand enables the OLED screen to stand like a picture frame, LG added.

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OLEDs-a-plenty

The OLED TV doesn’t have an official name, yet, but should be available in South Korea early next year. ®

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